It's so smart, creative, inventive and fun. DEVIL'S DUE is a legit scary, smart horror film. Very, very Scary. I loved it.

Eli Roth, DIR. CABIN FEVER, HOSTEL

 

A darkly passionate homage to ROSEMARY'S BABY. Combines new-fangled digital technology with old-fashioned horror concepts like mood, character, restraint, and some well-presented thrills, chills, and occult-oriented kills.

Scott Weinberg, FEARNET | THE HORROR SHOW

 

Truly suspenseful. Works itself up into a nice, bloody frenzy that should satisfy hardcore horror fans and might even shock the causal filmgoer.

Evan Dickson, BLOODY DISGUSTING

 

From beginning to end, DEVIL'S DUE is a story about two people who love each other and how they're unwitting and unwilling victims of an intrusive force. A metaphor for how a pregnancy could naturally disrupt the lives of a young, unprepared couple...a found footage film with more depth than the rest. One of the best examples of the genre's aesthetic possibilities.

Jim Rohner, THE SCRIPT LAB

 

Shock tactics are combined with subtlety and humor…made with diabolical amounts of energy.

Geoffrey Macnab, THE INDEPENDENT

 

Effectively creepy.

Andrew Barker, VARIETY

 

Well crafted…a room-shaker in the DIY mode of PARANORMAL ACTIVITY.

Nigel Andrews, FINANCIAL TIMES

 

A fast-moving little chiller filled with creepy atmosphere and convincing performances. The directors do wonders with mood and atmosphere. There seems to be a genuine sense of dread enveloping the couple as the film progresses toward its inevitable climax.

Randy Cordova, AZ CENTRAL

 

Better than it has any right to be…patient enough to allow the disturbances to accumulate over time without having to sacrifice character work for metronomic shocks.

Scott Tobias, THE DISSOLVE

 

A drive-in style boo-gotcha thrill ride.

Witney Seibold, CRAVE ONLINE

 

Cooks to a scalding boil as the filmmakers send nervous viewers to their seat's edge while subjectively loading the narrative with tough themes dealing in the strains of marriage, having children, and being faced with uncertainty when one's best-made plans for the future are suddenly upended.

Dustin Putnam, THE FILM FILE

 

Pleasingly sinister fun…sharply deployed surprises, ranging from subtle shudders to theatrical blasts of Grand Guignol.

Elliott Noble, SKY MOVIES